Note: rock collector and loved to take his daughter, nephews and grandchildren on rock collecting jaunts around San Diego County. Johnny Ray had emphysema problems during the last 10-15 years of his life and when he died he was riding in the car to go to the hospital where Florence worked. After the car was parked, he took a really good, deep breath and said, "that sure felt good," and when the driver looked over at him, he was sitting there having died instantly. Having seem some of the info from the other line of Leinnewebers, believe that Johnny Ray came by his love for rocks rather honestly. It was a heritage that was passed down through generations probably, as it seems that other men in the family lines were involved with silversmithing and such. Buried February 18, 1978 in Eternal Hills Cemetery, Oceanside, San Diego, CA. _______________________________ Tom Green County Courthouse records: The book includes licenses from June, 1928 to February,1938.The licenses are for J.R. Leinneweber (Johnny Ray did not give his full name) and Virginia Thornton.The record is I-110. The date is 22 October,1932 and they were married by J.A.Richardson of the Methodist Protestant church
Note: REFN3786 Johnny Ray was a jack of all trade throughout his life. He was an avid
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